As Dow closes down 634 points, the S&P downgrade of U.S. probed by Congress.
AIG sues Bank of America and its subsidiaries, Merrill Lynch and Countrywide.
BlackBerry cringes at association with U.K. riots, as violence continues to escalate.
Spotify reportedly has 1.4 million U.S. users, and now valued at $1.1 billion.
BMW leads global luxury auto brand sales through July, followed by Audi.
CenturyLink brand launches in former Qwest markets.
Current TV's new president aims to make it a "game-changer."
Dayton tire brand future up in the air.
Del Taco chain gets a makeover of restaurants, logo.
Facebook education survey finds chattier students have lower test scores.
Gilt Groupe launches men's site, Park & Bond.
Google Chrome aces web browser speed test.
Kardashian Kollection debuts at Sears.
Mercedes-Benz takes top prize in German auto design competition.
New York Times staffers on Twitter exceed paper's reach.
New Yorker launches free events-based app.
News Corp. unlikely to face RICO prosecution.
Project Runway All-Stars announces new judges (and no Tim Gunn).
Real Madrid signs 7-year-old soccer prodigy.
Tea Party brand in crisis?
YoCrunch launches integrated marketing campaign.
& social honesty test involves a Starbucks card and Twitter.